Mahatma Gandhi was the one of the charismatic leader and important person in Indian history as he is the only one who is considered as the founder of the nation. He was a self-made leader, he was not having any career in his life, no fame was gained by him, he was not so rich an average looking man but still, he was the father of the country. He was called as the great symbol of truth by the public of India. Mohandas Karamchand Gandhi was the leader of the Indian independence movement against British rule and is known for his nonviolent civil disobedience. As you see, it seems that there cannot be any room for evil in a personality like this. But like almost all public figures, there is also the untold truth about him. Charismatic leaders can transform organizations by motivating members to higher levels of commitment and performance by inspiring them with an appealing vision that is highly discrepant to an unsatisfying status quo. However, there is also a “dark side” to charismatic leaders. They can increase risk levels to organizations and threaten the well-being of members. The personalized need for power, negative life themes, and narcissistic tendencies of personalized charismatic leaders can lead to unethical and destructive behavior. Socialized (rather than personalized) charismatic leaders, on the other hand, are more likely to produce beneficial results. Safeguards to minimize the potential negative consequences of personalized charismatic leaders include effective accountability structures, viable support systems, and leader selection processes. The Christian understanding of human nature and community provides a useful perspective in developing a beneficial working relationship between the leader, the organization, and its members.